Pabón-Colón, Jessica N. 2018. Graffiti Grrlz: Performing Feminism in the Hip Hop Diaspora. New York: New York University Press.

Peer-Reviewed Journal Publications

Pabón-Colón, Jessica N. 2020. “‘It’s for Now, While We’re Together’: Diana Oh’s Queer Feminist of Color Bridgework at the Ancram Opera House.Frontiers: A Journal of Women Studies 41 (3): 29–55.

Pabón-Colón, Jessica N. 2020. “Digital Tactics for a Decolonized Future: A DiaspoRican Reflection on Tweeting in the Wake of #HurricaneMaria,” Theatre History Studies (2020)

Writin’, Breakin’, Beatboxin’: Strategically Performing “Women” in Hip-Hop,” Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 43, no. 1 (Autumn 2017): 175-200.

Performing Queer Mamí on Social Media: Gender-Fluid Parenting as a Practice of Decolonisation,” Special Issue: “On The Maternal,” Performance Research (Volume 22:4) 2017.

Critical Intimacies: Hip Hop as Queer Feminist Pedagogy,” co-authored with Shanté P. Smalls. “All Hail the Queenz: A Queer Feminist Recalibration of Hip Hop.”Women & Performance: A Journal of Feminist Theory, New York: Routledge (Volume 24:1) 2014.

“Interview with AbbyTC5: A Pioneering ‘HomeGirl’ in Hip Hop Herstory,” All Hail the Queenz: A Queer Feminist Recalibration of Hip Hop,Women & Performance: A Journal of Feminist Theory, New York: Routledge (Volume 24:1) 2014.

Shifting Aesthetics: The Stick Up Girlz Perform Crew in a Virtual World,” Graffiti, Eds. John Lennon and Matthew Burns, Rhizomes: Cultural Studies in Emerging Knowledge (Volume 25) 2013.

Be About It: Graffiteras Performing Feminist Community.” TDR: the journal of performance studies (Issue T219) 2013.

Book Preface (Invited)

Pabón-Colón, Jessica. 2021. “Prefacio: Pa’lante con LasTesis (Foreword: Forward con LasTesis).” In Theatre and Feminism, by Kim Solga, translated by Milena Grass Kleiner. Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.

Book Chapters

Pabón-Colón, Jessica N. 2019. “Yo Soy Boricua Feminista, Pa’que Tu Lo Sepas!: Notes from a DiaspoRican on Performing Outsider Identity,” Latina Outsiders: Remaking Latina Identity, Eds. Grisel Y. Acosta and Roberta Hurtado, Chapter 25. London; New York: Routledge.

“‘Daring to Be ‘Mujeres Libres, Lindas, Locas’: An Interview with the Ladies Destroying Crew of Nicaragua and Costa Rica,” La Verdad: An International Dialogue on Hip Hop Latinidades, Eds. Jason Nichols and Melissa Castillo-Garsow, The Ohio State University, 2016.

“No Somos ‘Mariposas’, Somos ‘MariPUSSY’: An Interview with Graffiti Art Activist MISS163 aka Sharon Lee De La Cruz,” Identity & Anonymity: An Artful Anthology, Eds. Jonathan Talbot, Leslie Fandrich, and Stephen Specht, Mizzentop Publishing, 2016.

“Ways of Being Seen: Gender and the Writing on the Wall,” Routledge Handbook of Graffiti and Street Art, Ed. Jeff Ross, Routledge Handbooks and Companions Series, 2016.

Exhibition Catalogues

“A Wall of Their Own: How Graffiti Grrlz Style Their Place in Hip Hop.” 2023. All Eyez on Me: Hip Hop, Style, and Contemporary Art, curated by Asma Naeem and Gamynne Guillotte, The Baltimore Museum of Art. (forthcoming)

“Wipe It Off and I Will Paint Again: An Interview with Suzeeinthecity.” 2013. Muslima: Muslim Women’s Art & Voice, curated by Samina Ali, International Museum of Women Exhibition.